A hanging marvel by Abhijit Rajan - that's what the recently inaugurated country's longest hanging bridge across river Chambal in Kota is! Rajan, Chairman & Managing Director, Gammon India, along with its JV partner South Korea's Hyundai Engineering, has been a strong pillar in ensuring execution of this project, which took as many as 10 years to be completed.
The Wirtgen Group are market leaders in road construction as well as road rehabilitation technology. Over the past few years Wirtgen has sold more than 100 slipform pavers for various prestigious road projects across India.
Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) has received pre-qualification applications from 33 companies for constructing the proposed Nagpur Mumbai Super Communication Expressway (NMSCE). Of these 33 companies, 17 are sole applicants while rest are JVs. The applications were invited by MSRDC in January 2017.
Metro Rail projects in India have seen phenomenal growth over the past few years. The success of the Delhi Metro as a rapid transit urban transportation solution was replicated in many urban cities like Chennai, Kochi, Bengaluru, etc.
L&T´s Power Business, through its JV company L&T-MHPS Boilers, has secured an order from Neyveli Uttar Pradesh Power for design, engineering, manufacture, supply, erection and commissioning of 3 x 660 MW Ghatampur Thermal Power Project for NUPPL at Ghatampur Tehsil, Uttar Pradesh.
The construction work of two major projects including the remaining portion of the four-lane highway NH17B from Varunapuri Mangor-Hill to berth No. 9 of Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) and the Baina beach beautification work, estimated to cost Rs 548.27 crore, are going on in full swing.
Gammon India, which is building the Lucknow-Allahabad flyover has not been able to complete the construction work of Lucknow-Etawah lane before its deadline of September 15. The pending work includes construction of retaining wall, joining of the eight slabs and erection of railing between Ramadevi and Sabzi Mandi.
One of the highlights of Barrack Obama´s recently concluded Indian visit was his recognition of the focus of Prime Minister Modi in upping the ´ease-of-doing-business´ quotient in India. The PM has not only made this his mission but made an international commitment to improving bureaucracy.